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J.M. Garg

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Dear Botanists,
While going through my cell photographs, I came across two types of flowers on Karanj- Pogamia-
One snapped at Bhiwandi Wada road at my Native place Kavad, this was taken on 12 April 2009 shows pink flowers of Karanj.
second snap taken on road to Bandavgadh MP, this was taken on 4 June 2009, This Karanj flowers show white flowers.
Is there any subspecies in variety of Karanj?
Is there any Botanist's forum where I can put this question ?
Anil Kunte

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Dear all,
The pictures are not too clear as also I am not an expert botanist.
But I think the first picture is Millettia peguensis and the other one Pongamia or Karanj.
Just a guess.
I have photographed Pongamia in lighter & dark pink colors.Can attach the pictures if reqd.
Regards,
Aarti
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